I've actually had these on for about 4,1/2 years, It started to appear like this about a year ago. It's only on the back ones, the fronts are aftermarket aswell, about 6 months newer and they're still perfect.JosephCaputo said:Greetings UK 1815
This would drive me crazy. This shouldnt be happening with you having the rims for just over one year unless you were neglecting them in some way. It seems that the Clear Coat brokedown on the clear coated lips of the wheel? This happened to me many years ago on similar rim style I had on a 58 Corvette. I thought it might have been from my constantly polishing the lip of the rims and causing a break down of the clear coating. At any rate I was able to but the same type marks out of the rims but I was having to polish the hell out of them constantly.
You might inquire of a quality auto painter if having the wheels reclear coated is a possibility. I had a polished aluminum rim on my Blazer badly marked up and a guy at Les Schawb was able to grind out the bad marks and repolish it to make it like new. Also there are many Rim Refinishers out there that take you old marked up rims and make them look like new but they charge between $100 and $300.00 plus costly shipping to refinsh them but they are absolutely made to look New again.
Hey pooter, thanks for the comps, my wheels are 18x9 and 18x10 wheel replica.JosephCaputo said:Hey Mike,
I'm curious, Your rear wheels appear to be a deep dish but do you have different wheels on the front.
I'm expecting my New Bullitt Deep Disher in Anthracite with Wheel Spinners & Sumimoto HP tires to arrive from American Muscle.
Great photo of your Bullitt.
It could be the Yorkshire alloy disease :wink:uk1815 said:This started last year but has become alot worse now,
Not sure what the cause is so don't know if I can help prevent it spreading even further
Is anyone else experiencing this
In perspective to the rest of the wheel